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walkabout

1. a periodic nomadic excursion into the Australian bush made by a native Australian
2. go walkabout Austral to wander through the bush
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Hundreds of youngsters went walkabout around a park for charity.
ANGLESEY'S award winning beaches were given a seal of approval yesterday from Margaret Beckett, secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs, when she went walkabout with Albert Owen, who is fighting to hang onto marginal Ynys MOn.
The child, dressed only in a T-shirt and nappy, sneaked out of bed, opened the front door and went walkabout.
Carmarthen's normally mean defence went walkabout for 10 minutes in the first half - turning a game that the home side could have controlled into an entertaining spectacle.
LITTLE legs went walkabout as a group of nursery children took to the streets to raise money for charity.
A WALLABY went walkabout from a zoo and spent the night leading police a merry dance round a seaside resort - then hopped back to her mate.
The exotic pet, who doesn't have a name, went walkabout last weekend after escaping from his pen in Wilshaw, Meltham, which he shares with another wallaby and a black swan.
The beasts went walkabout at the snow sports centre at Hillend, near Edinburgh, after getting through a hole in a fence from a nearby farm.
While Ed Miliband went walkabout in Town Street, Horsforth, last week, I sat a few yards away in the Queen's Arms, nursing a cracking pint of Kirkstall Pale.
And Maria (Samia Ghadie) ended up with a rat in her underwear after Kirk's pet rodent went walkabout in her flat.
OCCUPY CARDIFF protesters went walkabout on Saturday, causing disruption to a number of city-centre businesses.
FOUR-LEGGED friends caused mayhem in Redcar when a horse and four donkeys went walkabout.